from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An obsolete form of fake.
  • n. Perverted forms of faith, used in oaths.


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  • An FAQ (or a FAQ, for those who pronounce it 'fack') really means 'a list of frequently asked questions, 'not 'a frequently asked questions.'

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  • Meet columnist Danny Tryer as he tries his hand at some 'fack'n' Shakespearian tragedy.

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  • F.A.Q. for "frequently asked questions," sometimes pronounced as an initialism ("eff ay queue") and sometimes as an acronym ("fack").

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  • Sure, we'll hit the curse word threshold every now and again and hit Us Versus Them with a "fack" or some "shat" or the occasional "b*tch", but in general Us Versus Them needs to come with this warning attached.

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  • If you feed the deer food that helps with the antler growth it will create a biger size fack and it is ok to do in minnesota so we do but we dont hunt over it because that is illigal.

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  • I keep a bottle in my fishing vest, fanny fack and tackle box.

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  • Sam pondered awhile, and then he said, 'Foh a fack, Mis'

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  • I vill splash the bath vater whenever the fack I vant!


  • I will be taking myself out of contention for any Comment of the Blank awards this year until I hahden the fack up.


  • I just looked out my window to remind myself that it is snowing...fack.

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